April 15, 2006 at 4:07 am #12783
I have a Question about the apparent relation that Feng-shui has with meditations such as the Six Healing sounds or Fusion of the Five Elements. Any Healing Tao Practitioners that teach Feng-Shui? How can you combine the Six Healing Sounds or Fusion of the Five Elements with Feng-Shui?
Eva Wong was recommended by Rene J. Navarro, Dipl. Ac. -http://www.tao-garden.com/Inst/InfoInst.php?typeID=1726
“Eva Wong has a doctorate in oriental studies, is a famous practitioner of internal alchemy, who has written a book on Feng Shui and translated internal alchemy materials.” – http://www.healing-tao.co.uk/ht_rene_writings.htmApril 15, 2006 at 9:58 pm #12784
A BIG Question that requires a good answer here is a link written by Michael Winn,
http://www.healingtaousa.com/articles/taoalchemy_idx.html Very lengthy but well worth the time to read. Relates to Alchemy, and elements related to your question.
If you are looking to do a practice Five animals do six healing sounds recommended, if you want academic study I recommend David Twicken; has written much & teaches, link is http://www.HealingQi.com/books.htm
Feng Shui is a very large practice with many sudivisions in it. Eva Wongs material is good study material for learning Feng Shui for consultation’s. If you want the here and now I recommend investigating Michaels material, easy language broken down for a practical practice. Hope this helps Good Luck!!April 15, 2006 at 11:45 pm #12786
I’ve read a lot of Eva Wong’s stuff and i dont find anything really practical in it. It’s all interesting and informative, but in terms of helping your practice there isnt much there.
Her translations are very good, but she keeps the alchemical symbolisma nd doesn’t explain anything. She’s very old school. I also did a web search on her a couple of years ago to get more info, and couldnt find anything. Apparently she doesnt feel the need to use the internet to disseminate anything. this might’ve changed since i last checked.
the other thing is she uses wade-giles for writing chinese instead of the modern standard pinyin, thus it’s impossible to look up the chinese characters for what she’s saying.
I recommend using other sources.
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